Thank you. I bought the hair nets that were recommended but the pool guys said to wait at least a week before using them. So far, two of our three border collies have been on the tanning ledge but not for more than 2 minutes. Since there's still a lot of debris in the yard, we've limited all of the dogs time out back.Hi. Looks great! I really like the dark blue color.
Just wanted to add our dogs have been swimming and I saw a suggestion here for the paint strainer nets at Home Depot (one gallon size--I just googled they are called elastic top strainers) and they have been great. I also tried the hair nets but they did not fit my basket as well as the HD brand ones. I put a rubber band around the top of the basket just as a precaution but have not had any issues. I change it frequently but I think they can be rinsed and reused to save on the costs.
Anytime someone tells you that there is a law, rule, code etc. ask them you provide you with the exact quote from the law, code or rulebook and a link to the actual reference.our pool builder tells us the state of TX has a law saying the pool builder can't be involved in the gas line being run.
Second, and this one is fun. Now that our pool is complete with water, we're past the initial 30 days, we've asked the PB when they plan to connect the salt cell and do the salt start up, and his response has us panicking. He said, I haven't done a salt pool in 7 years and need to do some research...SAY WHAT?!?!?
Thank you-I tried researching this and could not find a law.Anytime someone tells you that there is a law, rule, code etc. ask them you provide you with the exact quote from the law, code or rulebook and a link to the actual reference.
If they can’t or won’t, they are probably making it up.
To work on gas, the company needs to have the correct license.
Most likely, the company is not licensed to do gas, but there is no law specifically excluding a pool builder from being able to be licensed to do gas work.
Any organization that performs any of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) activities described below in Texas is required to be a licensee of the Railroad Commission of Texas.
Category 30. General installers and repairmen. Authorizes the sale, repair, service, and installation of stationary containers and LNG systems.
I do have the Taylor salt Test-we went with theYour signature says "Pro Series JandyAutomatic Chlorinator – Fusion System Salt Computer". Make sure the PB does NOT install the mineral cartridge as part of the Fusion system. Find the cartridge and hide it. And don't let your installer take the blankout plate it comes with in the mineral slot as they are near impossible to find.
Have the PB install the cell and connect it to your Aqualink. And deliver to you the 40lb bags of salt.
It is better you add the salt slowly and insure you get the correct salinity. PB's often overshoot and get too high salt.
You need to give the salt 24-48 hours to dissolve and distribute in the water before the SWG should be turned on. A PB will try and dump too much salt into the water so they can immediately turn on the SWG , see it works, and leave.
Do you have the K-1766 Taylor Salt Test ?
He keeps trying to tell us he can't even schedule a master plumber-that he can refer us to someone. I hate it when people "blow smoke"They probably do not have a gas license.
To get a Contractor's license, they need to have a qualified Master Plumber with a gas license.
There is no law that specifically excludes a pool builder from working with gas if they have the correct license.
I do have the Taylor salt Test-we went with the
TruClear® Salt ChlorinatorSo once he connects it-because its installed but not currently connected, then I can begin adding the salt and testing myself? Thanks for the help